Pauliceia 2.0: A computational platform for collaborative historical research

Karine R. Ferreira, Luis Ferla, Gilberto R. De Queiroz, Nandamudi L. Vijaykumar, Carlos A. Noronha, Rodrigo M. Mariano, Yasmin Wassef, Denis Taveira, Ivan B. Dardi, Gabriel Sansigolo, Orlando Guarnieri, Daniela L. Musa, Thomas Rogers, Jeffrey Lesser, Michael Page, Andrew Graham Britt, Fernando Atique, Janaina Y. Santos, Diego S. Morais, Cristiane R. MiyasakaCintia R. De Almeida, Luanna G.M. Do Nascimento, Jaíne A. Diniz, Monaliza C. Dos Santos

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Abstract

Digital humanities research promotes the intersection between digital technologies and humanities, emphasizing free knowledge sharing and collaborative work. Based on the digital humanities features, this paper presents the architecture of a computational platform for collaborative historical research that is being designed and developed in an ongoing project called Pauliceia 2.0. This platform uses volunteered geographical information (VGI) and crowdsourcing concepts to produce historical geographic data and to allow historians to share historical data sets resulting from their researches.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)28-39
Number of pages12
JournalProceedings of the Brazilian Symposium on GeoInformatics
Volume2017-December
StatePublished - 2017
Event18th Brazilian Symposium on GeoInformatics, GEOINFO 2017 - Salvador, Brazil
Duration: Dec 4 2017Dec 6 2017

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Information Systems
  • Earth and Planetary Sciences (miscellaneous)
  • Geography, Planning and Development

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